Bonnaroo Superjam Live at Arena Stage, Bonnaroo Festival on 2002-06-23
01. Bigfoot-> (1)^
02. Jam-> (1)
03. Bigfoot-> (1)
04. Rivertrance-> (2)
05. Jam (3)->
06. Jam (4)->
07. Jam (4)->
08. Will the Circle Be Unbroken (5)
09. So What (6)
10. Papa Was a Rolling Stone (7)
^ with Voodoo Chile teases
Collection BonnarooSuperjamBand/Artist Bonnaroo SuperjamVenue Arena Stage, Bonnaroo FestivalLocation Manchester, TNSource B&K 4022 (XY, DFC FOB) > Lunatec V2 > Apogee AD500E > DATLineage Sony D8 > Delta Dio 24/96 via coax > Soundforge 5.0 (resampled to 44.1khz) > CDWave (splits) > mkwACT > .shnTaped by Craig DavisTransferred by Jim Pollock
Taped By: Craig Davis
Transferred By: Jim Pollock
Source: B&K 4022 (XY)-> Lunatec V2-> Apogee AD500E DFC FOB
Transfer: Sony D8-> Delta Dio 24/96 via coax-> Soundforge 5.0 (resampled to 44.1khz)-> CDWave for track splits-> mkwACT for shnning
NOTE: I did the best I could on this one... I tracked it into major themes and noted any known titles. Personnel are what has been indictated to me by someone who was actually there. I cannot verify that I have broken the tunes exactly where they were playing, though.
Entire set with Michael Kang (violin and electric mandolin), Bela Fleck
(electric synth-banjo), Jeff Raines (acoustic guitar), and Robert Randolph
(pedal steel guitar)
(1) - with Danyel Morgan (bass), Bill Nershi (acoustic guitar), Stanton Moore
(drums), and Edgar Meyer (acoustic bass)
(2) - with Keith Moseley (bass), Kyle Hollingsworth (keyboards), DJ Logic
(turntables), Bill Nershi, Stanton Moore, and Edgar Meyer
(3) - with Danyel Morgan, Kyle Hollingsworth, Bill Nershi, DJ Logic, Stanton
Moore, and Edgar Meyer
(4) - with Rich Vogel (keyboards), Robert Mercurio (bass), Bill Nershi, DJ
Logic, Stanton Moore, and Edgar Meyer
(5) - with Keith Moseley, Rich Vogel, Bill Nershi, and Stanton Moore
(6) - with Michael Travis (drums), Kyle Hollingsworth, Keith Moseley, DJ Logic,
and Bill Nershi
(7) - with Marcus Randolph (drums), Kyle Hollingsworth, and Danyel Morgan
May 7, 2007
heaven on earth
dude this is the most REDICULOUS show ever.... no words can explain the creativity of this show......props to all that made this possible cause this superjam is truely heaven on earth
*def one of the best shows (IMO) these guys are gold together
June 20, 2005
thats right, wowwy. i have to make up a word to describe this show. It's great and made up of tremendous musicians. Robert Randolph rules, go DL some of his shows if you havent already. I didn't really like some of Michael Kang's violen in this. If you listen to bela fleck in Big Foot he plays the same tune that he plays with DMB when he joins them for #41 on the Warehouse 5 CD and other various versions. Just a useless observation.
April 15, 2005
Majority Rules Beotcha!
This is outrageous! Get it! Don't listen to the amazingly overrated critical bastages!! jus do it! Much Love! Namaste
April 3, 2004
It's ok, nothing wrong with it, but certainly not the most amazing jamming or most amazing sound quality. Very ordinary
December 22, 2003
AMAZING!!! if you were at the ROO and missed this, shame on you!!!
BELA ROCKS...seen him live yet? What are you waiting for!!!!
October 2, 2003
Amazing jamming indeed! 1.19:44 so no problem at all on a 80 min disc. GO GO GO
The Sound Hound
September 10, 2003
Words aren't enough to describe this. Amazing jamming took place, and it makes me wish I was there. I had no problems putting it on an 80 min. disc. There were 7 seconds to spare.
November 17, 2002
This is one of my favorite discs in my collection. Its really pretty ridiculous jamming with everything from a banjo to DJ-scratching mixed in. Bela throws in his "Sojourn of Arjuna" (pretty familiar I bet to any DMB fans out there) and Rivertrance, an SCI fave, is jammed out as well. Really a good recording and an awesome disc. Definitely worth the download.
November 16, 2002
Great Recording - Great Musicians - Damn good jam. Worth the DL.